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E.E. Just Lecture Award

Presented by the Minorities Affairs Committee (MAC) at the ASCB Annual Meeting to memorialize early 20th-century biologist E. E. Just and to recognize outstanding scientific achievement by a minority scientist. The Awardee is selected by the ASCB MAC. Nomination letters should include a descripti…

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Newsletter PDF Archives

2017 January/February 2017 Newsletter 2016 November/December 2016 Newsletter October 2016 Newsletter September 2016 Newsletter July/August 2016 Newsletter June 2016 Newsletter May 2016 Newsletter March/April 2016 Newsletter January/February 2016 Newsletter 2015 December 2015 Newslett…

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Call for Papers

Fourth Annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology Issue Editors: Diane Lidke, Jennifer Lippincott Schwartz, and Alex Mogilner   Molecular Biology of the Cell’s  fourth annual Special Issue on Quantitative Cell Biology will build on the great success of the first three issues, p…

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Isaac Strong – High school biology teacher

  Please describe your current position. I am a high school Biology teacher at St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, CA. I currently teach freshmen introductory material on Biology. I love te…

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About DORA

DORA Organizing Committee Bruce Alberts University of California, San Francisco Stefano Bertuzzi American Society for Microbiology David Drubin University of California, Berkeley Molecular Biology of the Cell Lisa Hannan Traffic Mark Leader American Society for Cell Biolog…

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New to education research? Explore the anatomy of an education study

Members of the LSE Editorial Board would like to help biologists who are interested in education research but are unfamiliar with some of the field’s approaches and methods. Here we are featuring a handful of articles published in LSE that have been annotated to explain various aspects of the desi…

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Erin Piazza – Associate Bioinformaticist II

Please describe your current position. My position is an interesting niche within bioinformatics, where I get to leverage my understanding of biology and computational skills to perform interesting and varie…

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JCB’s First Alan Hall Travel Award Sends Hopkins Grad Student to ASCB 2016

The spirit of Alan Hall is sending grad student Bram Lambrus to San Francisco this week to present …

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ERC Session: Funding Opportunities in Europe for Creative Minds from Anywhere in the World

Monday December 5, 10:45 am-12:00 pm Room 120 Launched in February 2007 by the European Union, the first European body funding excellent research at the frontiers of knowledge will celebrate its 10th anniversary next year. The ERC is already shaping Europe’s research scene and is highly regarded…

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Mobile App

Welcome to the Online Mobile App for the 2016 ASCB Annual Meeting The online mobile app (below) allows you to review and schedule your sessions on your home or work computer, and then retrieve your schedule on your mobile device when you are in San Francisco. You can search/browse the sessions…

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Elevator Speech Contest

Speak Out for Your Science and Win Bluetooth Headphones at ASCB 2016   The premise of the One-Minute Elevator Speech Contest is simple: The elevator door closes and you’ve got a trapped audience - a U.S. Senator, your dean, or Taylor Swift. Go for it! Sell your science in 60 seconds! Or…

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Experiments in Science Storytelling: A Special Film Premiere

Monday December 5, 7:00-8:30PM Room 104 The Simons Foundation and ASCB are pleased to announce a special film premiere of “A Brief History of Fat.” This free event for ASCB meeting attendees will include a 20-minute screening of the film, followed by a short panel and Q&A with the filmmake…

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Dues Renewal

Thank you for your interest in renewing your ASCB membership.  ASCB membership is on a calendar year from January 1 to December 31. ASCB 2016 Membership rates for annual and multi-year renewals options are: Regular membership $160 Regular 2 year (5% discount) $304…

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